Friday, 15 May 2015

The Farage resignation that never was

For those who have been spared having to endure the UKIP cabal's dirty tricks this episode is educational and compulsory reading. It has been written up by the delicious Isabel Hardman in the Spectator you can read it by clicking the link below:

It contains all the cabal's favourite dirty tricks, no minutes kept, no list of attendees Farage there but not there like McCavity the master cat. It was every thus in UKIP but they have managed to con 3.8 million citizens into thinking they were decent people an all time record in the UK surpassed only by US TV evangelists with an equal  love of money.

It all reminds me of some lines from the Border's ballad of the Otterburn used in the film, "The man who never was"

But I have dreamed a dreary dream,
Beyond the Isle of Skye;
I saw a dead man win a fight,
And I think that man was I.'

Except it was not a dead man but a man who was never there.

But who was La Hardman's source? If discovered he/she will soon sleep with the fishes.


Anonymous said...

Nigel Farage - a cross between Keith Floyd and Robert Mugabe.

Eric Edmond said...